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FRTZ)AYAPRIL' 29, 1932
NI WILL111NTE[R
neater, Cri~td', Degener, and
zy , ale Sure of Places;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN'

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WILL MEET WOLVERINE NINE THIS AFTERNOON

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Wolverines Seek Revenge
Defeat Suffered in Game
Last Season m

for

TRIALS IN JU

I

thwestern Will Be4
Other Big Ten? Schoo'l
.in Tsyopts..

LY
Only

ith f o u r representatives of
ch Matt Mann's crack swim-.
,g teamn certain of mal fng' the,
m~pic grade, Michigan seems as-,
d of mal'n <a lasting impres-
Sin the final trials to be held
r..15 and 16 in Cincinnati. TIhe
rtet who will mtake the trip are
fi: elect Johnny Sebmeiler in the
tat stroke, and Nil "retcr rela;;
Crib ty. in the 500 mne er swim
possibly the 400; Dick Degener
living; and' Taylor Drysdale in
i .ckstroke. A fifth~ contender,
len Dalrymple, may ,get into th^
meter event. a ap
ToTrainatCm.
Ick Degener, star diver anr.d run-.
-u p to Mickey Riley in the na-
lmeet here a short time ago,
face his old rival again,. Al-
ugh he failed by a narrow, mar-
to wn the coveted crown which
Ight an, unrivaled galaxy of
Sstas ~ here, Degener has de-
,edRie fou~r times in their, last
encounters, and should have a
,er thani even chance to take.
measure; of the .California star
hmeiler, Cristy.,,and Drysdale
all train intensively at; Coach
in's~ Muskka Lake camp1v this,
nr. Ma~nn is counting heavily
z thwee three swimm.-ers1 wjho
ar to be the class o~f the col-
te entrants-n the classic sport-
mueet: Cristy in particular has
,ed lbi'~ajs to be the prover~bial
hhomre. flah," and the former
ersi4t1Hig~h athlete is conceded
edge, over his opponents in the'

(Continued from Page 6)
with an overwhelming 17-2 con-
; rqucst o-f Hope College, followved # t4
up with a 12 inning 8-7 victory over
*Wisconsin, and then proceeded to
beat cut Luther College by a 2-1
score. Their only setback has been
at the hands of Nc-thwestern, the
Wildcats coppying, a 9-8 d ec ision
over the FHillt'open. Last year the
Wolverines and Weistern 'tate split
tertwo game series, Michigabn
$winning the first clash, 4-2, and
dropping the secon'd, 3-1.
Two sophomores and two juniors
with. no previous experience will be
in the regular Weste'°n State start-
ing lineup. Glen. Berkhiousent at
short and Walter Koch in left field
are the sophomores, while Don
FlHanna, and Bob Quiring, at second
and right field recpectivel.y, are the
juniors who have displaced last
year's regulars.
Te!remainder of the Hilltopper
ta-.is made up of veterans from
-atseation's team,.
Al Johnson is back at first base,
while Erwin WoodsI may split the
sebond base assignment with Han-
na. Richard Denner, a two year
mnan, will again guard third base,
while! the veteran Bob Decker will
patrol center field betwveen the two
inexperienced men flanking him in
the other two gardens. Ray Thomas
will be behind the bat.

Conferece 'I~liti Cos'cz,!C
Wh, et:1c 'he varsil.ty nom.terS-n," ar"I in
East Lansing maatchingtokswh
the Spartan tenlnisLear , Ze"Wol-
verine "B" >squad fl l ate'p0t
keep the home"'slat, clean :agaain-t
the court squad from Det'roit City'
College here Saturday at on
Du,~e to the cLurtajih-ei; ovarstyw
to keeppoeta aric, tth
Tartars will Icgivete c o7
netters excelle,_nt, conp! ti:o n.
Appelt willhedteJye sj
as the numiber c-n- iges a~
and will team wvith iei, lnA
ber two, to mk h odr{
doubles pair, t te rr ar-i +io; hv i i
be n c o e i 1 ' : ., r:tournam ents.
Although thermi r~rnig
are not yet definitely s0 ti ed, the
team will probably, line up with
Baldwin, Sandusk y, Corey, Root;
Schnep, Renihan., Waring, and Muz-
zy in the order named. Joe Reni>-
han. may be moved. up t~o number
seven as a' result of his victory over
Schnep yesterday.t,
Besides Appelt and Nisen in the
doubles, Johnstone will pair Bald-
win anc_,Sandusk~y, Corey and Root,
Reniiian anid Schinep, anda Waring
ntd M,,uzzy to complete 'the "r3'?
team roster.;

Capt.-elect kJohnny Schmeiler, who
wvll represent the Wolverines in the
final Ollymipic tryouts to b~e held in
incinnat=, July 15 anrd ifi,-al'ong'
with Cristy, Degener, and iDrysaaie
Hie is .expected to do big things i
his specialty, the breast stroke.

ildeE'rand Shows I

GOLF COACHES UNDECIDED, ABOUT
LINE UPS FOR TOMORROW'S, OPENER,

Sarazen Appropriates
Lion's Share of Cash
ICHICAGO, April 2.f/)Gn
Sarazen collected $7,859 to lead the,
money winners in the winter golf
tournaments., Bob Harlow, retiring
tournament manager of the profes-
sional golfers' association, announc-
ed' today.
Next to Sarazen was Fred Mor-
rison with $5,708. Harry Cooper,
had $3,896; Paul Runyan, $3,523:'
Whiffy Cox, $3,517; Johnny Golden,
$2;933 ; Olin Dutra, $2,540; Walter
Hagen, $2,460; Joe Kirkwood, $2,-I
407; Johnny Farrell, $2,150; MacI
Donald Smith, $2,ICO, and R'alph
Guldahl, $2,017.
One hundred and fifty pro fes -1
sionals shared in the $833,000 off'er-I
ed in 16 open tourtiaments., with
2.5 sharpshooters winning $1,000 or
more.x

VINES TO PLAY IN
ENGLISHTOURNEYr
NEW YORK, April 28.-(A-1)-En,;-
lish tennis fans will get a look at
Ellsworth Vines, Jr., this summer
after all:
Rescinding a prelvious decision
not to permit members of this
country's Davis cup team to com-
pete at Wimbledon this year, the
United States; Lawn Tennis associ-

10/°Ints

ation announced last night it had _________
decided to send the American
champion to the British classic.
Vines is the only member of the

ge~wo setee Sl nO iff r of Yit'. Sophomores con Both Squads
g, will leave immediately actar MyOutVteas
Inish of school for Los Angeles !NEW YORK, April 28.-(,=1'-A Ateie-. erfoth
'e he. will work with Durland Alt mpr ereHidbad1 s tetiedraws na o h
son under the tutelage of Er'- i, uln he hytoc i opening Big Ten. golf meet of the
3ran ,en Olympic swimming'season, both Coach Jack Bixler of
h._ Johnson is only a senior inhewstfieaypyrcagtf Purdue 'ant. Coach Thomas True-
school, but has shown enough talking to a sperctator in an .Anreri- I blood of Michigan are havi r>> a dif-
uise to watrant his being sent can league park he took th em liter- I ficull; time deciding on their respec-
alifoxnia with Degener. °John-i ally. tive lineups.
pla~ns to enter school here in So, when he saw Col. Jacob Rup- Four veteransconmpose he Cnul-
all, pert, owner of the Yankees, talking' cleuas of both squads, but newly ac-
Nrth~vestern will be the onlyi to one of his pitchers; Henry John- quired sophomore talent is making
r Big Ten school with sufFlci- son, the other day he didn't standla strong bid' for starting assign-
swimming talent to enter men_ on ceremony. He bustled right up ments. The Boilerrrrakers have Bas-
he tryouIts. Wilcox and High-; to the colonel's box. sett, Dinka, Muesiing and Rousseau
will enter the 100 meter event,I "Don't you "know, Colonel, that- as their veteran members, wi t h
er and Murphy will be in the' there is a rule against players talk- Mills, Neff, Reitemeier, Skinner, and
stroke, and Horn will swim in i'ng to spgctators?" he asked. Clayton competing to oust them.
breast stroke. Times chalked, Ruppert' who helped pass the Trueblood probably will not select
y these' men, so. far indicate ruler said he did, his starting lineup until Saturday
it is. dbubtful if any will make But Johnson is wondering if her morning. All of the me'n will play
graded will receive notice of a $5 fine for practice rounds today and the final
speaking to the man r~ho, pays his I choice will depend greatly upon the
star golfers, with the exn- alav.;farm disr'daved.The Puirdco n-

0
er
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tb

c tingent is expected to arrive in Ann
Arbor today in time to make a pre-
Ii nary. tour' of the course.
The showing of the Michigan
sophomores in the meet with Mich -
igan Normal 'raised their stock con-
ISider-'bly ; Zd it would not be sur-
prising to see at least one of them,
and possibly two,, tee, off against
the Boilermakers. 'Dayton and Love-
lahoices, appear to be logical
Cy Morgan, of Durham, N.C., has
been named to the umpiring staff
t=of the Southeastern league.

squad thus favored.
Wilmer .Allison, Frank

John Van' Ryn, will go direct to'
France to prepare for thex inter-
zone and. c llenge rounds, provid-
ing they are victorious in the Amer-
ican zone.

Lowell D~yyvson and Harry Glo- Rap _\etcalfe, spooesrn
ver, two of 'I'uane's best bac1ks last ap ohmr pit I star of Marquette University, re-I
fall, will coach football next 'fall- cently tied the world's record for
Dawson at Minnesota and Glover the 60-yard dash covering the dist-'
at John Carroll university, Cleve- ance in :0.2scn.
land.r..scd.

The others,
Shields and

) Leo Diegel, advise consulting-
ch'ing pro rather tha~n a star li.
'r when one's game gets out of111

L WI 111 1114 1 UL U UI -, klull.-

Now Just Wguldn't It Be 'Smart To Have-

,uburn's rifle team, headed by
colmn Freret, of Birmingham,'
w on 25 of 34 meets this year.
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ani Captainis and Student sub-
iption salespeople who wish to
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c rcq~tvsted to apply to the nationail
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x 244, San Juan, Porto Rica, stat-
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